You get an offer for your first job after college-now what? Will you take it, or will you hold off for better opportunities? Job seekers- especially college graduates expend enormous energy on search for the post-graduation jobs. When job offers start to come in, it is difficult to shift focus from self-promotion to careful consideration. Due to which mistakes on the part of career selection could naturally take place, especially if you don’t evaluate job offers carefully on their merits. Here, we have enlisted 5 highest-paying entry-level jobs which could be a great career option for you.
To inspire, inform, and captivate customers, a graphic designer designs visual concepts, using computer. They prepare overall layout and production design for various applications, such as advertisements, brochures, magazines, and corporate reports.
Education: Graduation, preferably in art, graphic design, or a related field.
Salary: An entry-level graphic designer can earn Rs 238,076 per year while an experienced can earn 340,000 per year.
Takes orders, responds to complaints, and processes returns while providing the insightful details about the products and services to customers on behalf of the company.
Education: High school diploma.
Salary: A Customer Service Representative can earn Rs 217,872 per year while a SAP Customer Relationship Management (SAP CRM) professional earns high pay for this job. The salary for this job increases steadily for more experienced professionals, but goes down significantly for the employees with over 20 years' experience.
Promotes products and services of the company, and pursues customers for the purchase with the help of communication skills and promotion strategies. Excellent communication skills and sales experience are necessary for those who want to build their career in this field.
Education: High school diploma certificate; degree preferred by some of the employers.
Salary: An entry level Sales Representative earns Rs 292,705 per year while most people move on to other jobs when they have over 10 years of experience in the field. The highest paying skills associated with this job are, Inside Sales, Market Research and Lead Generation.
Creates, maintains, stores, and destroys employees’ records while keeping the requirement of the organization into consideration. All the documents relevant to an employee such as, personal data, benefits paperwork, tax forms and applications are gathered by the HR Representative. Apart from this, HR Representatives also provide recommendations to management pertaining benefits and pay scale in order to attract a worthy and competitive workforce.
Education: Bachelor or masters degree required in the field of Human resources management, business administration, or others.
Salary: The average salary for an Entry-Level Human Resources (HR) Representative is Rs 252,750 per year.
Conducts research on keywords, provides SEO analysis, execute strategies for content development, helps to create and support marketing content to socialize and use for social media purposes (e.g. posts from analysts and customers, customer case studies, blog posts, customer videos briefs), and works closely with the team members to meet client goals.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing, business or information technology, one to three year online marketing experience, and the knowledge of HTML, CSS, and various programming language are required to enter this field.
Salary: The average salary for an entry-level SEO Analyst in India is Rs 214,884 per year. For high pay in this job, one requires to know Search Engine Marketing (SEM).
To achieve success and growth in life, one should not only have a good job but also a respectable salary package which generally sets the tone for the future remuneration hikes and job switch. Career in Graphic Designing, customer service, sales, human resource management, and SEO can provide you both, an opportunity to start your professional life and also a standard pay-package. In this article, we have suggested the various career options with insightful details which could help you select the best suited career option.
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